Nirod Fedor Fedorovich Theatrical artist.
Nirod Fedor Fedorovich Born on March 31 in St. Petersburg
1918 Moving with parents from Petrograd to Kiev.
1926 Graduated from the Kiev art-industrial vocational school.
1926 1930 Studied at the Kiev Art Institute under F.G. Krichevsky, V.N. Palmova, M.D. Bernstein, K. D. Fedorchenko, L.T. Chupyatova.
1930 1933 He worked at the Polish Theater in Kiev.
1930 Marriage to pianist Galina Ivanovna Tsirkunova. The marriage broke up in 1936.
1934 1945 He worked as the chief artist of the Theater. M. Zankovetskaya (Zaporozhye, Lviv). Designed performances: “Othello” (1936); “Uriel Acosta” by K. Gutskov (1939), “Stolen Happiness” by I. Franko (1940) and others.
1936 Marriage to Tatyana Evgenievna Kozinets. The marriage broke up in 1960.
1945 1950 Worked as a production designer at the Theater for Young Spectators named after M. Gorky in Lviv. Designed the performances “Woe from Wit” (1948), “Minor” (1948); “Gadfly” E.L. Voynich (1949).
1946 The birth of his son Yaroslav.
1950 1961 Nirod Fedor Fedorovich worked as a theater artist, chief designer of the Lviv State Opera and Ballet Theater. The main works of this period: sets and costumes for the dramatic and operatic performances “Dalibor” by B. Smetana (1950); “Forest Song” by L. Ukrainka (1951 1952); “King Lear” by V. Shakespeare (Lviv Ukrainian Drama Theater named after M. Zankovetskaya); “Svichka’s Wedding” by I. Kocherga (Kiev Ukrainian Drama Theater named after I. Franko); “Ruslan and Lyudmila” by M. Glinka (1956 1957); Milan (1957); Arsenal (1960) G. Maiboroda; “The Fate of Man” by I. Dzerzhinsky (1961) and others.
1953 Awarded the title “People’s Artist of the Ukrainian SSR”.
1961 Marriage to Erika Aleksandrovna Krubich.
He worked as the chief artist of the Kiev State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named after T.G. Shevchenko. Major works in the theater: “Carmen” by J. Bizet (1963); “Taras Shevchenko” by G. Maiboroda (1964); The Queen of Spades by P. Tchaikovsky (1966); “Romeo and Juliet” by S. Prokofiev (1971); “Abessalom and Eteri” by Z. Paliashvili (1972); “Prince Igor” by A. Borodin (1975); A. Khachaturian’s Spartak (1977); “Swan Lake” by P. Tchaikovsky (1979) and others.
1965 Awarded the title of People’s Artist of the USSR.
1986 Death of his wife.
1996 He died on September 6 in Kiev. Buried in Kiev in the necropolis of the Vydubitsky monastery.
2017 March 31 in Kiev on the street. Vladimirskaya, 48-F, not far from the Opera House, a memorial plaque to the artist was opened. The plaque was opened for the 110th anniversary of the birth of the theatrical figure. Sculptor: Vasily Markush.
The artist’s works are in private collections in Ukraine and Russia.
Fyodor Fedorovich Nirod was a famous theatrical artist, who was characterized by a gravitation towards heroic and dramatic themes and a three-dimensional pictorial solution of the stage space. The artist was awarded the Order of Lenin, the Certificate of Honor of the Supreme Soviet of the Ukrainian SSR, medals.
In the collection, the artist’s work is represented by a portrait drawing.